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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
WA.VI'KD— TURKIC PLYMOUTH ROCK HUNS. 'Well 'bred. AV. WOOD, . Wnlchw Road. WANTED. — A Light General, immediate ly. Apply, Mrs. I'\ J. M'MAHON, White Street. 'STSTANTIOiT Yard ma n '(temporary), for Vl Tamworth Hospital. Apply GEO. PALMER, Secretary. WANTED a Clean, Respectable Girl fur ?General Work; able to cook. Apply MHS. SNOW, Ca r ll i a ge-s tree t, Tamworth. WANTKD.— General Servant, light place, comfortable home. Apply MRS. AA'ARE, Brsbano-street, near Railway Station. GH. SANDS, Peel-street, for your ? B read, Cakes, and Pastry. DESIRABLE IIOMF. in Private Family, nice position, handy town. M US. KERSHAAV, Fit z rov and 'Cartliaire streets. f' OST, one gold brooch, with opal fly, be J tween Darling and Peel streets. Re ward on returning to IIAU Y10Y BROS. I' OST. Will tlio person who picked up hold _J bamboo bracelet at recent Military Hall, kindly return same to S. M. SIMS, Nemingha. OARD AND RESIDENCE AT 'CAR- NARVON,' next to Peel Shire Coun cil's OlRce for Gentlemen on...
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 1 July 1910
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING.' There were present at the usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council, held on Tuesday night last, the following: — Aid. Matheson (Mayor), Austin, Schwartz, Green, Howlett, Adams, Nankervis, Piper, White, Britten, Ison, and Britz. C'ORR I5SPONDENCH . From the Town Clerk, Newcastle, asking co-operation in tho following resolution: — 'That in the opinion of this Council the time has arrived for such amendment of the Local Government Act, 190G, as shall permit local authorities to acquire tram lines from the Government, to construct additional tram lines, and to provide locomotive facilities by. means of automobiles, aud other mechanical devices.' — The letter was received. From C. Jeffries Britten, Royal Standard Brewery, stating that ho is contemplating the installation of an eight B.H.P. electric 'motor, iriven by current from the town electricity works, but finds that at Ihe Council's price 'or current for' power, ' he is able to save...
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. A.YX UAL MEETING OF MEMBERS. Tlio annual general meeting of mombors of tlio Agricultural Association was ? held on Tuesday afternoon, thoto present b o ' i - ; Mestrs. ' A lax. Matlioson (president), O. Ls;lcr. AV. Fisher, F. J. McMahon, Q. 11. W.'mman, C. U. Adams, AV. McLennan, M. .'I. Connors, T. M.. Newman, A. Cardalo. G. Is 11 m k«r vis, A. Madden, T. Henrv, 10. H. ttaekhmno, AV. V. Stiulto, AV. Sl'JUtchie, , l'V ChnfFev, and If. C'liafrov. Tlio reyorfc and balance sheet wore read ns follows: — _ RKI'ORT. ? Gentlemen,— Your comniitluo dosiro3 to , ? .place before yon :.a brief roviuw of tlio year's 'operations of your Association. * In (lie fust place, a stallion narade and sports wore bold I. early in tlio ? 'year, viz., '? IS lh, w'liH'li ro-SuHud in success, botli : Jiitjuifjally n nd from a sporting point of . view. .Some good ti-bttoi's were shown, mid a. lino eQ!lect:oii of stallions wero paraded. l our committee took a groat deal of trou ble in ...
GOONOO GOONOO CREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
S00N00 C00N00 GREEK NEWS. ? u ;u ? i (From our Correspondent). Progress Meeting. — On account of wet weather our Association's Juno meeting has lapsed and the next will now be hold on 20th July. Kuchre Tournament. — The first tourna ment of progressive euchre in this locality took nlace at 'LaureUa' (Mr. J. G. Kecch's) on Thursday night last. The players were principally locals and commenced the pleas ant game in a devoted manner at 8 p.m., and ended at 11 p.m., and then the players anxiously waited on Mr. K. Keech (con ductor) until the names of the winners of prices were given, after which ho presented them to the following: — Mrs. J. O. Keech, ladies' first; Mr: Guy 'McCully, gout's first; Miss Nesbit, ladies' booby; Mr. J. G. Iveech, gents' booby. A few very | neat little speeches were then the fore-runners of tho refreshments, which were provided by tho ladies, in their highly-reputed usual style. A glance at the clock revealed the fact it was midnight as tho gathering wended t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
IT'S SO HARD to refuse' certain articles of food at meal time. A'ou want them, but there's the dis tress that always follows. Heartburn, Bloat ing, Headache, Cramps or Ar»niiting make you feel miserable. In T)r. Sheldon's Diges tive Tabules you'll find sure relief. They d-gest wha,t ,^:iu cat, and strengthen the digestive organs, thus preventing these ail ments, which would develop into Chronic Dyspepsia if not af tended to at once. Sold in tins containing 80 Tabules, at 2s. -Gd. per tin. Obtainable at All Stores and Pullman's Pharmacy.* For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1/6.' CHESTS Drawors Dutchess Chests M.T. AA'aslistands, Side Boards, Chairs Tab les, Prams, Go-carts. Ac. Lowest prices al ways at It. G. McLEAN'S, Peel-street (next Marcus Clark, Ltd.) jmFE^l (schnapps is Ike Friend | ofthe Family. IT is Ihe puresl , spirit known. fTXTotts, Painter, Paperhanger, and Decorator. All work executed by expert workmen. Estimates given for nil branches -of the t...
FOOTBALL FLASHES. "OBSERVER" CUP COMPETITION CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
FOOTBALL FLASHES. (By 'Critic.') 'OBSERVER' CUP COMPETITION CONTINUE). llio match sot down to be played on Satur day between Walclia and N. Tamworth wes postponed, owing to tlio Apsley men's in ability to get a team for that dale. Tlio engagement will probably be fulfilled on tlio 30th instant, at Tamworth. Last and AYest opened the second round of the first-grade, ci inpotitiun on the Oval on Saturday. Owing to rain the ground was in a heavy condition, but the circumstance did not prevent a willing game being played. It was a day for dribbling play, but strange to say, the East team, who usually shine in this department, did little or no effective too work. Had they played the dribbling gnmo, probably the result would have been differ ent. Undoubtedly, it was- Fast's day off. There was less dash about their actions than is usual with them, and although the stato of the ground was a handicap, the per formance was not up to tho 'East standard. On tile Other hand, West were placed to ...
FARMERS' PRODUCE SALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
FARMEHS' PRODUCE SALES. . , SYDNEY, iMondav. A moderate supply of varied produce amounting to 59 consignments was submit ted at auction to-ilay beforo a largo attend ance of buvers. Competition was keen for all commodities, with tho exception of lu cerne hay and lucerno chaff, which were found hard to soli. Chaff showed an im provement of 5./, potatoes 10/, and Swede turnins 7./G per ton. Wheat increased by /I pet* bushol, wliilo innizo remained firm at lato figures. Lucerne liav declined G./8, lu cerne chaff 5/ per ton. Choico quality chaff moved off from 4/3 to 4/G, primo at 4/2; me dium to i.'ood from 2/11 to 3/G. Prime lu cerne liny i„ large halos brought from 3/ to 3/3; medium to good from 2/7 to 2/10. Good lucerne chaff realised from 4./; inferior 2/G. i1'1.1,1/- chickwheat wont under tho hammer at Ali : nieduuh at 3/3. Prime Alirovian oats sold at 2/1 ; Ui'iino Queonsland maizo at 2/8. J otatoes were in strong demand, and primo yarietios sold from 7] to 7/6; Pn'Mio Swede turn...
WERRIS GREEK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
WERRIS GREEK NEWS. (From our correspondent.^ I Th?s distinct pnrticipatod oonsidernhly in the rniufnlls sa ^enural throughout tho Stjtte: during the past week or so. Tho downpour was onportuno; consequently, was welcomed for all ^purposes. Mr. K. fi. C'ift has been nnnointed presi- i dent of tho Progress Assooiation. That or- 1 Kanisntion i« poekin^ representation ou the j nowly-formed Northern Provincial Associa- 1 tion at iNowcastle. The new post ofltre is beini^ eonstrueted ; j the cost to he nearly £1-100. I Mr. Marshall, sawmill proprietor, has ex- 1 tensive orders to supply ; hence tho success of his enterprise is assured. Part'eulars of tho forthcoming 8-hours cl« monstnitw)!! ^011 19th S«*ntemher next) will rhortl' ho advertised. The ejection of ofTi- j eers has resulted: — President 10. Auld : vice nres;donts, W. I'^rnnois, G. TTod^es, C. .Tones, ; ?T. Pohinson, and H. Sweinheri;: treasurer.] C. -Tones; general ^''cretary, J. F. Purgoll : I as?.?slant secretary, H. Paton. I...
DECENTRALISATION. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
DECENTRALISATION. (To the editor. ) Sir, — The, leading article in Friday's issue of tho 'Observer' (24th inst.), on the above subject merits commendation, in-so-far as it il'rectlv concerns that important State pro blem, but, sharing your expressed confidence in the sincerity of the Wade Government, to not only take steps to minimise the dis advantages of the system (which is now generallv condemned), nut to perioral sucli work 'within reasonable time' is, I'm afraid, scarcely probable, oil behalf of a niai jority of the electors, interested. R'glitlv. you state 'There is no doubt as to the advisableness of checking 1 he ^ rapidly growin' quantity of centralisation.' The time has arrived when, in the interests of the State generally, more serious effort should bo mado to protect and encourage country district's interests. Railway connection with the coast is an essential factor towards the progress of tho inland, and until that com munication is established the growth of tho provin...
THE HOSPITAL. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
THIC HOSPITAL. (To tho editor.) Sir, — Will you kindly grant 1110 sjace to reply to Mr. Cosh's letter in last Friday week's issue of the 'Observer,' and first permit nie to say that 51 r. Cosh shows but little tnct in . endeavoring to es tablish controversy with the Nuudle people on their alleged disinclination to sup port the Tamworth Hospital. He evidently inherits in no small de-rree the national characteristics of 'Pure Peter Peebles,' but he should lint nttom;t to have a 'guid ganging plea' before a judge which is de fendant and jury as well. The result is a foregone conclusion. Now. as to his 'facts' (brither we're strong on flic's, we Scots, but if the file's are not strong themselves we'll liae a fa'). 'Mr. -Palmer did state, that there lias a disinclination on the part of the good folk of Nundle ('my friend, the etiemv') to take up a collection.' No doubt he said so, but whence did lie draw his information? The local committee ex presslv refrained from interfering and as Mr...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.] LOWER BOURKE-STREET. (To the editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not necTfA-n il-v nulnrflo the opinions of our correspomlcntn.] LOWER BOU R KE-STR E ET . (To the editor.} Sir,— Will you kindly grant me a little space in your columns to bring under notice tho disgraceful condition of Lower liourke strect. After rain the road is nothing but mud and slush, and traction engines] wag gons, etc., are all allowed to traverse this street, thereby cutting it up and leaving great turrows, and apart from being very inconvenient to pedestrians living in the street it is a disgrace to t, nr. beautiful town ill which we all take so much pride. Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for your kind ness in publishing this anil hoping it may do some nood. Yours, etc., A RATEPAYER.
OPEN AIR PICTURE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Tamworth Observer and Northern Advertiser — 5 July 1910
OPEN AIR PICTURE SHOW. I The above was to have opened on Friday night last in aid of tho hospital, but owing to a nvshap with tlio electric light, thu entertainment could not tako place. Tlio management gave each member of tho audi ence—a large one— a shilling ticket for ad mission the following night. Many of the audience had onlv paid (id. for admission. This show is situated in Fitzrov-streot, next to the Oddfellows' Hall.